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CNN
Dec 2, 2013 7:00pm PST
confession tape. that is what happened to merrill newman. kenneth bay has been held for more than a year now. ambassador thanks for being with us. this is outrageous that this american man was taken off the plane and forced to make this so-called confession. does this surprise you? >> well, it's bizarre. it's the new regime. this is how they are operating. it's bizarre if that this man was legitimately traveling in north korea with his visas. they pulled him off the plane. it is bizarre also because he is a war veteran. in the past, in 2007, the north koreans handed over to me the remains of seven of our soldiers from the korean war. they like the north koreans the interaction between the two militaries. it's bizarre also because it seems like nobody's in charge. had they wanted to take him hostage they should have done it without taking him off the plane. what is bizarre too is there are two americans there. this has never happened behave. kenneth bay, who also has been there a year, longer than anybody else. in the past the north koreans have used them as bargaining chips. in this case
CNN
Dec 9, 2013 7:00pm PST
platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. . >>> 85-year-old u.s. veteran merrill newman is letting the world know about his ordeal after being captured there. his ordeal turned into more than a month in captivity. the report showed he had entered their country in their words, with "wrong understanding of it." and hostile acts against it, that act was to reminisce too much about his time during the war and whether he could speak to any surviving north korean counterparts. he explains "north koreans have misinterpreted my curiosity as something more sinister. as something more sinister. he disavowed that so-called confession and apology that the north koreans made him videotape, saying he would be threatened with a long prison sentence inif he did not cooperate. he is fortunate to be home. and the tourist named kenneth bae is also in prison there. like newman, he entered the country lawfully on a visa. unlike newman, he was detained more than a year ago. tried, convicted and sentenced in may to 15 years hard labor. he is still there. us now. i can't imagine what is
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